Julie Esterly is active in the death care movement, part of the reclamation of death as a culturally recognized part of life. We speak of our culture’s death rituals, the necessity of realizing death in order to fully realize life, and the connection between the denial of death and the denial of life, which takes specific form in collective ecocide. Is this a depressing topic? No. See if you come a little more alive through this conversation.
More about Julie Esterly at esterly.com and her work at naturaldeathcareinitiative.org.
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